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Daoist Immortal Zongli Quan, 1368- 1644 Zhao Qi (Chinese). An Immortal in Daoism or Taoism is one who has realized enlightenment.

Daoist Immortal Zongli Quan, 1368- 1644 Zhao Qi (Chinese). An Immortal in Daoism or Taoism is one who has realized enlightenment.

Zhao Shao’ang(赵少昂 Chinese, 1905-1998

Zhao Shao’ang(赵少昂 Chinese, 1905-1998

元代 - 趙孟頫 - 吹簫仕女圖 Zhao Mengfu, 1254 - 1322, Yuan Dynasty

元代 - 趙孟頫 - 吹簫仕女圖 Zhao Mengfu, 1254 - 1322, Yuan Dynasty

Mountain Spirit and Tiger. The Mountain Spirit (Sanshin), Korea's most important indigenous deity, personifies the veneration of mountains, also manifested by the powerful tiger that accompanies him. The Mountain Spirit is considered a protector of Buddhism and most Korean Buddhist temple complexes include a shrine dedicated to him.  Alongside is his fierce tiger, considered a holy animal, and behind him is a pine tree, symbol of longevity.

Mountain Spirit and Tiger. The Mountain Spirit (Sanshin), Korea's most important indigenous deity, personifies the veneration of mountains, also manifested by the powerful tiger that accompanies him. The Mountain Spirit is considered a protector of Buddhism and most Korean Buddhist temple complexes include a shrine dedicated to him. Alongside is his fierce tiger, considered a holy animal, and behind him is a pine tree, symbol of longevity.

Mushindo Male Mudang Spirit 황해도

Mushindo Male Mudang Spirit 황해도

Dragon and Clouds | 1615-1868 | Edo period | Ink on paper | Japan | Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art | F1907.538a-b

Dragon and Clouds | 1615-1868 | Edo period | Ink on paper | Japan | Gift of Charles Lang Freer | Freer Gallery of Art | F1907.538a-b

The Dragon with Cloud Painting. 운룡도 The dragon implies the power of the Chosun dynasty(1392~1910). The painting also contains the wishes for blessing and exorcism of evil spirits.

The Dragon with Cloud Painting. 운룡도 The dragon implies the power of the Chosun dynasty(1392~1910). The painting also contains the wishes for blessing and exorcism of evil spirits.

伊藤若冲 Jakuchu Ito

伊藤若冲 Jakuchu Ito

by 伊藤若冲 Jakuchu Ito

by 伊藤若冲 Jakuchu Ito